Andy Robertson considers the “tight-knit” nature of the Liverpool squad will keep them unitedly for years to come.
The Scotland international believes that Jurgen Klopp has assembled the group into a team which can stand united as they strive for it.
“We are a tight-knit group, a young group, so hopefully we will be here for many years, and we will be a better team in terms of maturity and experience next year,” said the left-back.
“Whether we can put in the performances remains to be seen, but we hope we can.
“It is an incredible squad, and I love being a part of it. I am sure we have learned a lot of lessons this season, and we just need to take that into next.
Liverpool finished the season in the second spot with 25 points ahead of third-placed Chelsea and 31 in front of sixth-placed Manchester United.
Robertson feels very much disappointed for not able to end a 29-year wait for the league, and that will not certainly affect preparations for the Champions League final against Tottenham on June 1 in Madrid.
“We need a couple of days to probably get over this and then it will be forgotten about because we can’t dwell on it,” he said.
“We have the Champions League to play for. Everything else is forgotten about.
“There is no bigger game to get yourself up for: a Champions League final against Tottenham will be incredible.”
Liverpool had been in their best of form this season making to finals of Champions League for the second year in a row.
The Reds also amassed 96 points in the Premier League which is their highest ever in the club’s history.
— via thisisanfield